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Proto-IE: *ous-
Meaning: ear
Avestan: du. uši 'die beiden Ohren'
Other Iranian: NPers hoš 'Ohr' (< *aus-)
Armenian: unkn, gen. unkan `Ohr'
Old Greek: ion., att., hom. ôu̯s, Theocr., hell. ō̂s, gen. ep., poet. óu̯at-os, ion., att. ōtós, pl. ṓwata (Alkman), aû̯s (Paul. Fest.), pl. ā̂ta [cod. áta ] (Tarant.) Hsch. `Ohr; Henkel', pl. *ōwíd-es: ōbídes = enōtía Hsch., amph-ō̂es `zweiörig, -henkelig'; ? aánthā `a k. of earrings' Hsch.; enṓi̯dio-n n. `Ohrenhänge', enṓtion (Delos) `id.'
Slavic: *ūxo, gen. *ūšese, du. *ūšī
Baltic: *aũs-i-
Germanic: *áus-an-/*auz-án- n.; *auz-ia- n.
Latin: auris, -is f. `Ohr'; aus-cultāre `horchen, lauschen, hören aufmerksam zu, gehorchen'
Celtic: OIr au, ō 'Ohr' (neutr. es-St.)
Russ. meaning: ухо
References: WP I 18
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